Convection Oven?

The difference between a convection oven and a traditional (radial or thermal) oven is that the convection oven has the added bonus of a fan.

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Cracking Me Up!

Always crack an egg on a flat surface, never the edge of a bowl. Otherwise you’ll risk little bits of shells and possible contamination of

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Pizza Pizazz!

Add hot sauce to your leftover pizza. It will taste great the next day, plus the chilies have antimicrobial properties that may help leftovers last

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Avocado Knowhow

  To cut an avocado more easily, slice it while it’s still in the skin. Not using the whole thing? Leave the pit in the

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Storing Fresh Herbs

Store fresh herbs as you would fresh flowers: in a jar of water on your countertop. Pluck off what you need, change the water daily,

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Partially Freeze Meat Before Cutting

Slicing meat to grind or cook in a stir-fry can be tricky even with a sharp knife. To make it easier, place the meat in

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Olive Oil

Invest in high-quality extra virgin olive oil for special meals or to drizzle over dishes to accent flavors. SUPP is here with a bevy of

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Don’t Over-Season

Always taste the food before seasoning. Never over-season seafood; you want to still be able to taste the flavor of the fish. Simply use lemon

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Best Cutting Boards

Your kitchen should have at least two cutting boards, one wood and one plastic. A wood cutting board is the best on your knives and

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Never Put These Things Down Your Disposer

Grease, oil and fat. Stringy vegetables like carrot and potato peels. Pasta, it expands when it contacts water and can swell up quicker than your

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